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Restaurant Shut Down Until Repairs are Made Following Collapsed Culvert

People were gathering around the outside of the orange fencing in the parking lot to look at the collapsed pavement outside Mikey Dee’s Cafe and Catering. The excessive rainfall on Sunday, Nov. 5 caused a culvert to break and the pavement and dirt around it washed away, leading to a large hole that ate away at much of the parking lot.

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Big Game Firearm Hunting Season Opens Saturday
Posted: November 15, 2017

Opening Day of the southern zone big game firearm hunting season for deer and bear in New York is this Saturday, Nov. 18, at sunrise, running for 23 days through sunset on Dec. 10.

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Marilla Highway Department Will Have Cameras Installed
Posted: November 15, 2017

The Marilla Town Board approved the purchase of three security cameras at the highway department garage during the November board meeting. This purchase came without full support from board members.

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Election Results for Town Boards
Posted: November 15, 2017

Last week’s general election featured few challengers for the town boards of Aurora, Elma, Holland and Wales. The Town of Marilla did see several people challenge the incumbents for a seat on the board.

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School District Outlines Upcoming Budget Priorities
Posted: November 15, 2017

The next six months will contain a lot of moving pieces leading up to the annual school district budget vote, but next school year’s budget is already on the minds of the school board and district officials. The board was presented with a list of priorities and challenges for the 2018 to 2019 budget at a recent board meeting.

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Aurora Accepts Budget Plans for Next Year
Posted: November 15, 2017

The Aurora Town Board approved the spending plan for 2018 at Monday’s meeting. The budget sees a slight increase in townwide taxes, but also a minor decrease in the rate for residents outside the village, including in the highway tax.

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Bench Raffle will Support EA Modified Sports
Posted: November 15, 2017

By the end of November, East Aurora athletes will be selling a chance to win a handcrafted bench made from various leftover pieces of wood from old bleachers taken down at the high school. There are 20 benches available to raffle off, and all of the proceeds will benefit the modified sports program.

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Wales Town Adjusts Health Care Costs for Employees
Posted: November 15, 2017

In its planning for next year’s budget, the Wales Town Board will change the health care program for non-unionized town personnel to cut costs. The employees agreed to the changes.

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EMW Club Grows in Membership and Finances
Posted: November 15, 2017

In business at last week’s regular work session, the Elma Town Board heard a presentation from Boys & Girls Club of Elma Marilla Wales executive board members Greg Merkle and Denise Marshall on the current status of club operations.

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Tannery Has Been Troublesome Over the Years
Posted: November 09, 2017

The sinkhole that opened from a collapsed culvert and closed down a local restaurant, at least temporarily, near South Willow and Main streets is just part of a long history of troubles caused by Tannery Brook.

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Village Looks to Make Quick Repairs from Collapsed Culvert
Updated: November 09, 2017 - 2:05 pm

The East Aurora Village Board has initiated a plan to fix the collapsed culvert that caused a sinkhole last weekend. The repairs could start as early as Wednesday, depending on weather conditions.

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Florida Weather Affects Local Deer Hunter Success
Posted: November 09, 2017

With more than 550,000 hunters that register for big game hunting in the Empire State each year, hunting is big business here. The 6-1/2 week long archery season that begins Oct. 1, draws about 40 percent of the big game hunter group. Many hunters from across the country join our local folks in the woods, but unofficially, the Western New York deer harvest has been light compared to other years.

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With Influx of Cars, Village Turned to Diagonal Parking

Finding a parking spot on East Aurora’s busy Main Street may seem like a modern challenge, but the problem is as old as the automobile itself.

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